Virtual plant health centre for Scotland launches

More than 60 experts and stakeholders from forestry, horticulture, the environment and agriculture sectors gathered at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh to hear about a new virtual Plant Health Centre for Scotland.

by Matthew Appleby
Prof Fiona Burnett (sector lead, agriculture), Sonia Humphris (centre manager), Prof Chris Quine (sector lead, forestry), Prof Gerry Sadler (Chief Plant Health Officer for Scotland), Prof Ian Toth (centre director) and Prof Pete  Hollingsworth (secto
Prof Fiona Burnett (sector lead, agriculture), Sonia Humphris (centre manager), Prof Chris Quine (sector lead, forestry), Prof Gerry Sadler (Chief Plant Health Officer for Scotland), Prof Ian Toth (centre director) and Prof Pete Hollingsworth (secto

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